Sori le ye kome, teman ni baru keluor bilik boss, ni la payahnya dpt boss otak cetek.
Sebenornya teman byk benda nak kongsi, tapi terbantut idea sbb dah naik darah pepagi. Heiii, camana la nak bagi motivasi kat org kalau diri sendiri dah naik darah pagi-pagi ni
Masa dalam perjalanan nak pegi keje, ustat yang bagi motivasi pagi kat IKIM.FM tu, kalau nak dengor, bukak la radio IKIM pukul 7.30pagi ye, dia ada bercerita tentang kisah orang yang berjaya. Salah sorangnye, Sheikh Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi. Kisahnya dia nak bagi tau tentang dendam yang positif, yang mana dendam tu tak memudaratkan orang, tp melonjakkan diri sendiri untuk lebih berjaya. Jadi, pepagi ni teman Wiki le kat Internet, korang boleh klik la kat link ni. Tapi teman paste
Teman pon, dgn bersemangatnya, memasang azam utk bekerja bersunggu-sungguh supaya dpt mencapai tahap yang membanggakan. Alih-alih, bila datang keje, huh, naik darah pulak ngan boss. Harap-harap, tak mencemarkan KPI, ehehehhee. Ok, aku ni nak keroje jap….maklum la, umor dah 30sen, byk benda yg belom aku capai. Selamat bekerja semua!!!!
Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi (born 1935) is the Saudi Arabian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. Al-Naimi joined Saudi Aramco as a young man and was educated in the
As stated in the following we, http://arabnews.com/economy/article133709.ece :-
Naimi was promoted to the top oil job in 1995 after spending nearly half a century making his way through the ranks.
He had joined Saudi Aramco at the age of 12 as an office boy, was sponsored by the company to take a master's degree at the prestigious
"When I started I was moving paper from one office to another. Now, I'm still moving paper from one office to another," Naimi told journalists early this year at a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries in
Those who work with him admire him for having started at the bottom and for his deep understanding of the oil business.
"He's a smart man and knows the market inside out. The market can never bluff Naimi," one of his secretaries said.
"He worked his way up and that's what earns him the most respect among all of us.
Naimi demonstrates his discipline in vigorous early morning exercise.